FCC Record, Volume 26, No. 7, Pages 4843 to 5761, March 28 - April 08, 2011 Page: 4,947
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Federal Communications Commission
Washington, D.C. 20554
March 29, 2011
1. In accordance with 47 C.F.R. 73.2080(f)(4) of the Commission's rules, the station employment unit (the
"Unit") that includes your above-referenced station (the "Station") has been randomly selected for an audit of
its Equal Employment Opportunity ("EEO") program. A copy of Section 73.2080 of the Commission's rules
is enclosed for your reference.
2. If the Unit is not required under our rules to have an EEO recruitment program due to the nature of its
full-time workforce (having fewer than five full-time employees, defined as employees regularly assigned to
work 30 hours a week or more), you must still respond to this audit letter. However, in your response, you
are required only to provide a list of the Unit's full-time employees, each noted by job title, the number of
hours each is regularly assigned to work per week, and a response to Question 3(e) below. Also, in
formulating your response, please see Questions 4(a)-(d) below regarding brokers and brokered stations for
instructions for situations in which the applicable employment unit has fewer than five full-time employees.
3. Audit Data Requested. If the Unit employs five or more full-time employees (and all units, for Question
3(e)), provide the following information in your response to this letter, including an explanation regarding
any requested information that you are unable to provide:
(a) Copies of the Unit's two most recent EEO public file reports, described in Section 73.2080(cX6).
For any stations in the Unit that have websites, provide each web address. If the Unit's most recent EEO
public file report is not included on or linked to on each of these websites, indicate each station involved and
provide an explanation of why the report is not so posted or linked, as required by Section 73.2080(c)(6). In
accordance with Section 73.2080(cX)(5)(vi), provide the date of each full-time hire listed in each report
(b) For each Unit full-time position filled during the period covered by the above EEO public file
reports, or since your acquisition of the Station, if after that period, dated copies of all advertisements,
bulletins, letters, faxes, e-mails, or other communications announcing the position, as described in Section
73.2080(cX5)(iii). Include copies of all job announcements sent to any organization (identified separately
from other sources) that has notified the Unit that it wants to be notified of Unit job openings, as described in
(c) In accordance with Section 73.2080(c)(5)(v), the total number of interviewees for each vacancy
and the referral source for each interviewee for all full-time Unit vacancies filled during the period covered
by the above-noted EEO public file reports.
(d) Documentation of Unit recruitment initiatives described in Section 73.2080(c)(2) during the
periods covered by the above-noted EEO public file reports, such as participation at job fairs, mentoring
programs, and training for staff. Specify the Unit personnel involved in each such recruitment initiative.
Also, provide the total number of full-time employees of the Unit and state whether the population of the
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